Tahoe City, CA Local Area Information

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Recently sold Tahoe City homes

Sold 10/11/2011 for $225,000
3 beds, 3.0 baths, 1,536 sq ft
Sold 09/30/2011 for $275,000
4 beds, 2.0 baths, 1,408 sq ft
Sold 09/30/2011 for $760,000
6 beds, 5.0 baths, 3,345 sq ft
Sold 09/28/2011 for $635,000
4 beds, 2.5 baths, 1,950 sq ft
Sold 09/09/2011 for $805,000
4 beds, 4.0 baths, 3,000 sq ft
Sold 09/01/2011 for $732,500
4 beds, 3.0 baths, 3,013 sq ft
Sold 08/31/2011 for $232,000
3 beds, 1.0 baths, 1,414 sq ft
Sold 08/29/2011 for $575,000
4 beds, 0.0 baths, 2,784 sq ft
Sold 08/26/2011 for $600,000
2 beds, 2.0 baths, 1,248 sq ft
Sold 08/25/2011 for $385,000
4 beds, 3.5 baths, 2,800 sq ft
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Lake Tahoe Community College

One College Drive, South Lake Tahoe, CA
(530) 541-4660
College Type: 2-Year
Highest Degree: Associate's
Students Enrolled: 1,000 - 4,999
Distance: 19.64
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Things to See and Do

Massage On the Lake Day Spa
Voted the best massage in North Lake Tahoe, Massage on the Lake is conveniently located in Downtown Tahoe City next to Rosie's Cafe. The spa has two massage treatment rooms (one with a lake view) and are equipped to provide custom facials as well. They offer Swedish, Deep Tissue, Sports, Craniosacral, Polarity, Myofascial, Neuromuscular Reprogramming, Reiki, Reflexology, Prenatal with a drop out t... (read more)
Burton Creek State Park
Burton Creek State Park is over 2,000 acres of wilderness just outside of Tahoe City. Over six miles of the area are dedicated to hiking and cross country skiing trails. There's no prominent signage, so the slightly obscure locale remains relatively undiscovered, promising an uncrowded and serene hiking experience. Numerous side trails come and go along this route, providing an array of options ... (read more)
Mountain High Weddings
Mt. High Weddings specializes couples the opportunity for a unique experience. Reverend Krista Dean can marry you under a full moon, on top of a mountain or in a sunbathed meadow, during any time of the year. The ceremony can be as traditional or unique as you desire. You choose how you want to be reflected as a couple. We help you create a theme, practice religious rituals, and include family, gu... (read more)
Kingfish Guide Services
Captain Pam Bendorf is a fully licensed, insured fisherman with over 25 years experience teaching anglers how to catch Tahoe's elusive Mackinaw with consistent success. Kingfish Charters offers morning and afternoon trips 7 days a week (April through Sept.). All trips include a rod for the day, professional personal lessons, all bait and tackle, hot coffee, cold water and your catch cleaned and ba... (read more)
Wilderness Adventures Dog Sled Tours
Fly through the Sierra snow behind a team of trained sled dogs. Tours leave from Squaw Valley or Sugar Bowl every day during the winter. You can also learn how to mush your own sled and pack of sled dogs during Wilderness Adventure's "Wilderness Expedition" which takes place over 20 miles of mountain terrain with an experienced guide. read more about Wilderness Adventures Dog Sled Tours (read more)

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Lake Tahoe: Places to Take a Dip
When the weather heats up, the cool, blue waters of Lake Tahoe are the perfect place to take a dip. If the icy alpine lake is too much for you, there are several swimming pools and other water holes around the Lake Tahoe area. read more about Lake Tahoe: Places to Take a Dip (read more - PDF guide)
Local Expert's Favorite Restaurants
Whether you are eating breakfast, lunch or dinner or you want casual or fine dining, these restaurants (located all around the Tahoe/Truckee area) are our Local Expert's tried-and-true favorites. read more about Local Expert's Favorite Restaurants (read more - PDF guide)
Top 10 Hidden Gems
These places may not be on the main section of any guide book, but they are tried and true local favorites that many tourists avoid. read more about Top 10 Hidden Gems (read more - PDF guide)
Winter in Lake Tahoe
The Lake Tahoe winter season is heating up with back to back snowstorms. What can you do up at "the Lake" if you only have one day? My choice? Rent a sled at Galena Sports on the Mt. Rose Highway and go sledding at the Mt. Rose summit followed by pizza and beer at Mofo's Pizza in Incline Village. read more about Winter in Lake Tahoe (read more - PDF guide)
Tahoe, it doesn't get much better.
Lake Tahoe is a mecca for outdoor enthusiasts year round, but it is most know for its amazing skiing and snowboarding. There are countless mountains at your disposal such as Heavenly, Northstar-at-Tahoe and many more. When you are off the slopes there are many things that you can do; dine at restaurants ranging from pizza to Mexican to bagel joints. Also get outside and hike the amazing Pacifi... (read more - PDF guide)
Your First Time at Lake Tahoe
Heaven can be found between 5,000 and 10,000 feet, and it's covered with snow. For your first time to the "Jewel of the Sierras" get ready for blue skies, loads of powder and warm hearts. Lake Tahoe offers everything from high class casino resorts to down home local flavor all sprinkled with the laid back attitude of its residents. Lake Tahoe was recently voted the best ski area in the U.S. by O... (read more - PDF guide)
Autumn in Tahoe
Fall may be the most underrated and least expensive time to visit Lake Tahoe. The weather can be cool and rainy or warm and sunny, so be prepared with a multitude of things to do including a bike ride around Fallen Leaf Lake or an evening at a warm local café. Photo by jcookfisher/Flickr read more about Autumn in Tahoe (read more - PDF guide)
Lake Tahoe Campgrounds
After Labor Day, the summer crowds at Tahoe begin to thin out and most campgrounds are open and ready for fall visitors. The weather is still warm and the nights are cool and perfect for curling up in a sleeping bag. Here are a few campgrounds close to the lake, and a few within several miles of the Tahoe area. read more about Lake Tahoe Campgrounds (read more - PDF guide)
Shakespeare at Tahoe
The venue Shakespeare would have chosen had he known about it. Players from Northern California travel every year to Sand Harbor at Lake Tahoe to perform two different plays by Shakespeare. The best way to experience this fun is to make it a weekend. read more about Shakespeare at Tahoe (read more - PDF guide)
North Tahoe Epicurean Delight
When one thinks of Lake Tahoe in the summer, hiking and boating on the magnificent clear blue water comes to mind. And it should! But to truly enjoy Lake Tahoe, there is much more to experience. I beckon you to a four-day fest that includes great food, wine, light invigorating exercise, the best of the water has to offer, and Shakespeare with the most dramatic backdrop. read more about North Tahoe... (read more - PDF guide)

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